The population of Nepal is made up of 102 ethnic groups and castes, and the people of Nepal speak more than 92 languages. After recent political and social turmoil, it has become more important than ever for the Nepalese people to define themselves based on ethnicity. But how can the people of Nepal understand themselves differently ? Or are they forever condemned to identifying themselves based on their ethnic, social, and religious groups ?
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